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He's been cracking up television and movie audiences for years, from his days on "In Living Color", to movies like "Booty Call", "Black Dynamite", and "Ace Ventura 2"! Comedy icon Tommy Davidson is in Kansas City for performance at the Kansas City Improv!
Some live for theater and some for the theater experience, the kind that stays with you long after the curtain call. The Kansas City Actors Theatre has opened its "A Classic American Summer" series with a Picnic for both segments of theater lovers.
Look at the clusters of faces as they spin back and forth, and one thing stands out: There’s a big smile on every one. That tends to happen when you square dance, say members of Lawrence’s Happy Time Squares.
The sound quality for The Barn Players Playhouse in Mission, KS gets an enhancement with a donation of special audio equipment from the International House of Music in Los Angeles, said Pat Paton, director of Media Relations for The Barn.
Having likely shown the 1953 classics "From Here to Eternity" and "It Came From Outer Space" during its first year of operation, the Midway Drive-In movie theater in Osawatomie will have to convert to digital technology by the end of this year.
Bouncy, happy middle-aged chicks having a great time reliving the fabulous girl group hits of the 60s….
I’m talking about the audience, not the cast, of American Heartland Theatre‘s farewell production THE BIKINIS, now through August 24 at the venue on the 3rd floor of Crown Center. Don’t get me wrong– the cast was having a ball, too.
I sat in one of the big, plush chairs up front, the one that seems to swallow you up, because all other seats were filled. I’d heard a variation of this group here last year. Andy’s rugged yet sinuous tenor sax bounced off of and wove through Hermon’s always inventive trumpet. That’s when I decided this is the group I wanted to open this year’s Prairie Village Jazz Festival.
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